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LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) –It was another mild, pleasant day overall with high temperatures back in the low 60s. Clouds started to take over by midday and a few isolated sprinkles are still on the radar.


We’re watching now for a storm system to roll through overnight that will bring us some strong storms and gusty winds. Small hail will be possible, but severe-level storms aren’t expected. The storms will end before daybreak Wednesday.

Winds will be a factor overnight too, as wind gusts get up to 50 mph. A WIND ADVISORY has been issued for parts of the Bluegrass from 7 p.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday.

Wednesday will be windy with gusts up to 40 most of the day, but we will see a mix of sun and clouds. High temperatures will climb towards 70 degrees!

Overnight Wednesday into Thursday, a new storm system will bring 2 chances for severe weather.

The morning round Thursday will give us rain and hail, while the second round will bring both of those, plus damaging wind and tornado potential. Stay weather-aware Thursday.

Most of the commonwealth is in a level 2-of-5 risk of scattered severe storms Thursday. We’re watching for a potential upgrade in this risk zone, especially toward I-75. Details to follow as more information becomes available.